Lane County Animal Resources

This document offers resources in Lane County, including information on spaying and neutering. It also provides references outside of the area. This information provided here by Cat Rescue & Adoption Network though we are not affiliated with these organizations.

Low Cost Treatment for Sick Animals

As far as we know, the following are low cost options for medical cases:

    • Community Veterinary Clinic
      470 Highway 99 North
      Eugene, Oregon 97402
      Will provide quality, comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care to the animals of low-income caregivers.
    • Animal Welfare Network of Lane County
      P.O. Box 744
      Pleasant Hill, Oregon 97455
      Phone: 541-988-3003
      Click on financial help (non-local agencies DO offer assistance in Oregon for those who qualify)
    • Pro-Bone-O
      P.O. Box 1823
      Eugene, OR 97440
      Pro-Bone-O does twice a month free vet clinics for the homeless. Pro-Bone-O provides free spay/neuter vouchers for their clients.
      Cost to “care taker”: Pro-Bone-O is free to the homeless
    • Forrest Valley Vet Clinic
      2555 Mosby Creek Rd.
      Cottage Grove, OR 97424
    • Dove Lewis Assistance Fund
    • Neuter Scooter
      Traveling van. Comes to Oregon several times a year.
    • SPOT (Stop Pet Over Population Today)
      Marnie: 541-741-1242
    • Veneta Animal Hospital
      88233 Territorial Rd.
      Veneta, OR 97487
    • City of Eugene Spay and Neuter Clinic
      3970 West 1st Avenue
      Eugene, OR 97402
      Monday – Friday
      1 p.m. – 5:30 p.m
      10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
      1 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
      Spay/neuter by appointment only. For low cost vouchers (4 cats allowed per house per year) Also “bully breed” vouchers offered for free surgery through SPOT (see above)
    • Dog and Cat Hotline
      (behavior help) 541-686-6768
    • SevaDog Dog Rescue and Dog Tranining
      Family style 501c3 non-profit Dog Rescue with integrity and quality care. Matching adopters to their compatible friend. Dogs of all breeds, ages and sizes.
    • Connecting with K9s
      Home – Dog Training & Rescue
      Consider very carefully, your dog’s life as a whole. He’s meeting your needs and loving you unconditionally, but are you meeting his needs emotionally and physically .

Other Animal Resources

  • #2: 3970 West 1st Ave.
    Eugene, OR 97402
    Offers: Transfers from other shelters/organizations as well as owner surrendered cats.
    M-Thu, and 2 Fridays every month, spay/neuter clinics FREE for cats from zip codes 97402/405/477/478 for stray/feral/”free roaming” (no extras, surgery only) Sundays they offer spay/neuter FREE for zip codes other than the above (no extras, surgery only)
  • Lucky Paws Rescue
    675 W Centennial Blvd
    Springfield, OR 97477
    Open Thursday, Friday and at adoption events Saturdays 12-4 pm
    Mssg: 541-214-5313
    Lucky Paws Rescue is an all breed dog rescue, with a focus on the German Shepherd Dog and herding breeds.  We are a foster based organization and rely on foster homes and volunteers to help with rehabilitation and housing, as we pull dogs from shelters that are rated as high kill facilities. We do not take animals from the public.
    We help the public with re-homing their pets and provide options that may help them keep their pets, including training.
  • Luvable Dog Rescue
    PO Box 50367
    Eugene, OR 97504
    Founder: Liesl Wilhardt,
    Luvable Dog Rescue (formerly known as Luv-A-Bull & Luv-A-Little Dog Rescue and Sanctuary) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) dog rescue organization located in Eugene, Oregon dedicated to rehoming small breed dogs and pit bulls.
  • Pet Friendly Rentals
    Click here to be taken to a list of pet friendly rentals in the Eugene/Springfield area.
  • Shelter Animal Rescue Alliance (SARA)
    871 River Road
    Eugene, OR
    Offers: No shelter, but when able to assist, they pull from shelters not the public. Focus on education so that fewer cats enter the shelter system. Lifetime return policy, any cat adopted from them comes back to them if necessary.
  • Cat Rescue and Adoption Network
    P.O. Box 72401
    Springfield, OR 97475
    Provides care and finds homes for cats in our community, with a focus on those with special needs. Works with county partners (vet clinics, shelters and other rescue groups) and with public when possible. Actively supports and participates in feral spay/neuter programs when possible. Lifetime return policy on any cat adopted from Cat Rescue & Adoption Network. Adoption outlets include Petsmart catteries, Petco, Bobcat Pets and Wags Dog Emporium. Founded in 2007 as 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; staffed totally by volunteers.
  • Wiggly Tails
    Wiggly Tails Dog Rescue is a strictly volunteer organization that focuses on rescuing dogs either from high kill shelters in California or from owners who cannot care for their dogs any longer.
  • Willamette Animal Guild (WAG)
    3045 Royal Ave.
    Eugene, OR 97402
    Open Monday-Friday
    Offers: No shelter no intake. Focus on spay/neuter of companion animals and feral cats. Will be offering $10 spay/neuter for kittens if mom gets spayed too! Surgery provided at 8 weeks of age or two pounds.
    Time frame: Currently spay/neuter appointments for companion animals are ~ 1 week out. Ferals are accommodated immediately as are pregnant queens.
    Cost to “care taker”: 45$ gets ferals an ear tip, surgery, rabies, FVRCP, treatment for internal & external parasites
  • Peaceful Pack Rescue
    Robyn Broadbent

Outside Eugene

  • Cat Adoption Team (CAT)
    14175 SW Galbreath Dr.
    Sherwood, OR 97140
    Free behavior hotline
  • National Council for Aging Care’s Guide on Pets for Seniors:
  • City of Veneta Voucher Program
  • Cottage Grove Humane Society
    Director: Janetta:
    2555 Mosby Creek Rd.
    Cottage Grove, OR 7424-1777
    Offers: No shelter. Spay/neuter resources for kitties in the Creswell/London/Dorena/Cottage Grove
  • Feline Assistance Network
    Larisa Worthington does feral & stray spaying and neutering, mostly out in Oakridge/Lowell/Dexter areas
  • Florence Humane Society
    2840 Rhododendron Dr.
    Florence, OR 97439
  • Heartland Humane Society
    398 Southwest Twin Oaks Circle
    PO Box 1184
    Corvallis, OR 97333
    Heartland Humane Society is a private non-profit animal shelter that serves Benton County, Oregon. Our organization provides an open door animal shelter where we care for approximately 1800 animals each year. Programs include lost & found services, affordable adoptions, pet foster care, Safe Housing Program, humane education programs, pet food bank, and behavior counseling referrals.
  • New Beginnings SPCA
    1212 Southeast Stephens Street
    Roseburg, OR 97470
    (541) 464-4313
    New Beginnings SPCA is a no-kill organization based in Douglas County. We rescue and adopt mostly cats but also have dogs as foster homes are available. We also have an active Feral Kitty Committee that practices TNR. Currently we are with out a facility so all animals are in foster homes and Petco. We are always in need of volunteers.
  • Salem Friends of Felines
    980 Commercial St. SE
    Salem, OR 97303
    We are a limited admissions, no-kill rescue that believes in helping every kitty we can, by ensuring it will not reproduce an unwanted litter of kittens and by also helping those that are abandoned, unwanted and homeless find a loving forever family home. Every life matters!
    Our Mission Statement
: To help as many homeless cats and kittens as we can by placing them in loving permanent homes; to reduce feline over-population through education and our spay/neuter assistance program; and to bring more public awareness to the plight of homeless and unwanted cats.
  • Best Friends Animal Sanctuary
    5001 Angel Canyon Road
    Kanab, Utah 84741-5000
  • Petfinder

This information provided by Cat Rescue & Adoption Network